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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 11, 1681-1685. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.

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Macdaniel, Hugh, 602 VI.

Machaloha(an Indian chief), 1315.

Machin, John, 108.

Madeira, 183 I., 552, 870.

Magellan's Straits, 872.

Magetto, Don Diego, p. 595.

Main, the (Spanish), 13.
-, -, Caribs from, attack Barbuda, 190, 204.

Maine (New England), 45 II., 83, pp. 356, 416, 528, p. 343, 870, 885, 895, 926.
-, -, its importance, 756, 841.
-, -, President of, see Danforth, Thomas.
-, -, usurpation of, by Massachusetts, 45 II., 83, 266, p. 289, p. 380, and see,
-, Danforth, Thomas.
-, Gidney, Barth.
-, Noel, Samuel.
-, Saltonstall, Nathaniel.
-, -, petitions for relief from Massachusetts, 841 I.
-, -, Governor Craufield asks for jurisdiction over coast of, 885.
-, -, trouble with Indians in, 1683.
-, -, its position after the fall of Massachusetts Charter, 1955.
-, -, to be united to Massachusetts, 1928.

Malaga(ship), 2045.

Mallett, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas, 1020.

Mallory, John, 1666.

Manhattans (New York), 874, 1059.

Manly, John (a pirate), 851, 1377, 1428.

Maria d'Agosta, island of, 1202.

Mariegalante (West Indies), 1681.

Mallet, Thomas, 78.

Maltey, Robert, 879.

Marblehead(Salem, Massachusetts), p. 105, 1065 I.

Margarita, Isle of, p. 490.

Marine, Abraham, 818.

Marius, Pieter Jacob, 1372.

Markham, Captain, 1707 I.

Markham, William, p. 207, 847, pp. 3514, 934.
-, -,-, letter from, 847 I.

Marquas, Maquas, or (Maquois (Indians), 1059, 1683, 1822-4, pp. 6878, 874.

Marston, Thomas, p. 43.

Martin, Alonzo, p. 657.

Martin, John, his correspondence with Governor Bradstreet, 10212.

Martin, Thomas, Receiver-General of Jamaica, p. 6, 77, 117, 176, 512, 598, 1192, 1257, 1263, 1302, 1748, p. 658, 1846, 1929, 1970.

Martin, Thomas, Receiver General of Jamaica, his obstruction to presenting his accounts, 6813, 710, p. 302, p. 391.
-, -,-,-, his irregularities, 1240, p. 534, p. 658.

Martin, Samuel, 1079, 1340.

Martin, Isla de, 1202.

Martinique, p. 448.

Martyn, George, 963 I., 1731 I.
-, -, Joseph, 602, 602 XIII., 607, 860 III., 1535 II., 1796, 1854, 1855, 2008, 2042 I.
-, -, Richard, Treasurer of New Hampshire, pp. 426, 106, 242 I., 738, 1306, 1508, 1895, p. 700.
-, -,-,-, accusations against, 69, 228, 288, 292.
-, -,-,-, leads the disloyal party in New Hampshire, 219, 228.
-, -,-,-, reported to the Committee, 424.
-, -,-,-, to be suspended, 454.
-, -,-,-, Mason's charges against, 691, 824 I.
-, -,-,-,-, dismissed, 824.
-, -,-,-,-, suspended from Council, 738, 756.;
-, -,-,-, Randolph's charges against; 755.
-, -,-,-, restored to Council, 824.
-, -,-,-, again complained of, 868.
-, -,-,-, put out of the council, 1024, 1024 I., III., 1193, 1194, 1225.
-, -,-,-, Governor Cranfield's lawsuit against him, 1982 I.x.
-, -,-,-, joint letters signed by, p. 39, 124, 242, 511, 512.

Mary and Martha (ship, alias St. Nicholas), p. 394, 963 I.

Maryland, 120, 186, 244, 267, 312, 313, 317, 321, 328, 328 I.IX., 355, 380, 392, 397, 398, 402, 403, 437, 448, 505, 506, 650, 1007, 1069, 1070, 108891, 1108, 1117, 1118, 1171, 1817, 1997 I.
-, -, council of, 349, 350, names of, which see:
-, Calvert, Philip.
-, Calvert, William.
-, Coursey, Henry.
-, Darnall, Henry.
-, Diggs, William.
-, Lowe, Vincent.
-, Rozer, Benjamin.
-, Steevens, William.
-, Talbot, George.
-, Tayler, Thomas.
-, -, Governor of. See Calvert, Charles.
-, -, Governor and Council of, letters from, 437 I.
-, -, Council of, letter from, 1963 II.
-, -, boundaries with Pennsylvania to be defined, 62, 569, 659.
-, -, the quarrel over these boundaries, see Calvert, Charles, Lord Baltimore.

Maryland, its close connection with Virginia in trade, 318.
-, -, the quarrel as to jurisdiction over the murderer Talbot, 1963 II.
-, -, list of officials in, 349.
-, -, militia in, 349.
-, -, trouble with Indians in, p. 89, p. 92, p. 94, 437, 437 I.
-, -, treaty with Indians in, 643.
-, -, apprehensions of rebellion in, 180, 184, p. 94, 195, 260, 275, 313, p. 155, 391.
-, -, position of protestants in, p. 92, p. 94, 252, 256, 260, 275, 391, 500.

Mason, George, 1638.
-, -, John, 2041 II.
-, -, Lemuel, 1373.
-, -, John (father of Robert), p. 63.
-, -, Robert, proprietor of New Hampshire, 98, 99, 266, 416, 738, p. 344, 885, 1012, 1012 I.X., 1013, 1508 II., VIII., 1683, 1701, 1800 I., II., pp. 698, 700, 1895 V., XI., 1897 III., VII., 1921.
-, -,-, letters from, 1898, 1983.
-, -,-, his charges against Richard Walderne and Richard Martyn, 69. 99, 228, 288, 292, 691, 824 I.
-, -,-, his petition of protest to the King, 287, 288.
-, -,-, his efforts to establish his rights in New Hampshire, pp. 445, 101, 105, 106, 107, 484, 842, 13568, 1386, 1434, 1507 X., XI.
-, -,-, the countercharges against him, 824 II., 1921, 1921 III.
-, -,-, his defence of his conduct, 1898, 1984 I.X.
-, -,-, his suit against Richard Martyn, 1982 I.X.
-, -,-, his correspondence with the Governor and Council of New Hampshire (three letters), pp. 445.
-, -,-, his arrest ordered by the Government of New Hampshire, 113.
-, -,-, the Council's protest against him, 124.
-, -,-, his offer to the King on Cranfield's appointment, 374, 375, 456.
-, -,-, his renewed petitions, 421.
-, -,-, decision in his favour, 420.
-, -,-, empowered to nominate deputies in the Assembly, 422, 424.
-, -,-, position under Governor Cranfield's instructions, 453, 467.
-, -,-, discouraged by Governor Cranfield, 824, 841.
-, -,-, but found to be right, 868.
-, -,-, and Massachusetts, 51? 516, 527, 578, 803, 955, 1031.
-, -,-, letter to Governor of Massachusetts, 803.
-, -,-, letter from Governor of Massachusetts 955.

Massachusetts Bay, 2, 45, 259, 1012, 1013, 1463.
-, -, Governor and Company of, letter to, 1142.
-, -, Governor of, see Bradstreet, Simon.
-, -, Deputy Governor of, see Danforth, Thomas.
-, -, Secretary of, see Rawson, Edward.
-, -, Elders of, 2.
-, -, General Court of, 2, p. 35.
-, -, the factious party in, p. 35.
-, -,-, in league with the factions in England, 83, p. 35.
-, -,-, oppressive towards all others, p. 35.
-, -,-, its extortion, 1135.
-, -, letters, &c., from:
-, 1681,126.
-, 1682,529, 558, 662.
-, 1683,1032.
-, -, letters to:
-, 1681,264 I.
-, 1682,516, 578, 595, 722, 1183.
-, 1684,1633.
-, -, address from the inhabitants, 1100.
-, -, agents from, see Dudley, Joseph Richards, John.
-, -,-, proposal to send, 2.
-, -,-, refusal to send, 126.
-, -,-, again required, 264 I., 266.
-, -,-, sent, 527, 529.
-, -,-, their instructions, 416, 558, 1016.
-, -,-, fast day for their success, 521.
-, -,-, empowered to spend money in bribes, 558, 559.
-, -,-, their character, pp. 255, 256.
-, -,-, their doings in England, 660, 684, 697, 705, 895, 912, 935, 1120.
-, -,-, letters, &c., from, 911, 931, 1151, 1228.
-, -,-, ask leave to depart, 1151.
-, -,-, leave granted, 1160.
-, -, Lord Culpeper's testimony as to, 74, 82.
-, -, complaints of Edward Randolph against, 45 I., II., 68, 84, 211.
-, -, further complaints of Randolph, 1682,418, 457, 466, 5268, 547, 579, 580, 594, 639, 640, 645, 690, 715, 728, 926.
-, -,-, considered, 74, 147, 161.
-, -,-, Attorney-General's opinion on, p. 60, 147.
-, -, Virginia complains of its advantages in trade, p. 156.
-, -, the King's last conciliatory letter, 264 I.
-, -, the King's ultimatum, 266.
-, -, general summary of complaints against, 672.

Massachusetts Bay, quo warranto against, advocated, 68, 83, 91, 92, 147, 466, p. 240, p. 249.
-, -,-, threatened, 266.
-, -,-, again advocated, p. 273.
-, -,-, again threatened, 697, p. 380.
-, -, Governor Cranfield's account of, 952, 1125.
-, -, its sympathy with Gove, 952.
-, -, its antipathy to Duke of York, 952.
-, -, prepares for defence, 228.
-, -, its insolence to the end, 1129, 1130.
-, -, its defence, 662, 670.
-, -, likely to submit, 906.
-, -, agents plead for more time, 911, 1084.
-, -, symptoms of submission, 930, 1001, 1032, 1033, 1100.
-, -, the Lords take action, 1084, 1092.
-, -, the charges formulated, 1101, 1121.
-, -, the quo warranto ordered, 1120, 1124.
-, -,-, issued, 1134, 1142.
-, -,-, despatched, 11524, 115861, 1165, 1174.
-, -,-, to be accompanied by a man-of-war, 1165.
-, -,-, to be delivered, 1540, 1566 I., 1653.
-, -,-, the hitch in the proceedings, 1570, 1574, 1575, 1662, 1677, 1742, 1745, 1755, 1762.
-, -,-, the judgment confirmed, 1902.
-, -, the King's declaration, 1159 I.
-, -, part of the Colony yields, 1445, 1603, 1670.
-, -, part of the Colony still fights, 1566 I., 1589, 1683, 1808, 1863, 1993.
-, -, the moderates make their peace, 1993.
-, -, suggestions for the new Government, 1155, 2033.
-, -, the new Government considered, 1928, 1941, 1953, 1956, 2009, 2017, 2026, 2044, 2053.
-, -, its influence on New Hampshire, 105, 107, p. 111, 512 I., 885, 906, 997, 1024.
-, -,and New Hampshire, p. 289, 672.
-, -, its rights in New Hampshire, p. 63, p. 344.
-, -,and Connecticut, 672.
-, -,and New Plymouth, 672.
-, -,and the Narragansett county, 126.
-, -,and Maine, 416, 528, 841.
-, -, defence of proceedings towards Maine, 662, p. 289.
-, -,and Robert Mason, 416, 421, 516, 527, 578, 1031.
-, -, defence of proceedings towards Mason, 662, p. 289.
-, -,and quakers, 1021, 1022.
-, -, and the trade with Indians, 479.

Massachusetts Bay, and Richard Thayre, 834 I., 989, 1180, 1620.
-, -, and Robert Orchard, 479, 1166, 122831, 1352.
-, -, its coinage of base money, 200.
-, -, its countenance of murderer of Archbishop Sharpe, 441.
-, -, its persecution on account of religion, 479, p. 289, and see Orchard, Robert.
-, -, its laws contrary to laws of England 878.
-, -, its harbouring of pirates, pp. 5978, 1684, 1845, 1851, 1862, 2042.
-, -, its hatred of the French, 83.

Mather(a minister), 1589, 1683.

Mathew, Charles, 1072, 1338, 1438, 1520, 1523, 1526.

Mathews, Maurice, Surveyor-General of Carolina, 26, 879, 1364, 1722.
-, -,-, documents addressed to, 37, 497, 808.

Mattawomans(Indians), p. 92.

Matthews, Daniel, p. 273, 1895 VII., 1984 IX.
-, -,-, petition of, 715.
-, -,-, his ill-treatment by Massachusetts, 696, 715.
-, -, John, 1638.

Maverick, Samuel, 1252.

May, Captain, R.N., p. 427, 1073, 1147, p. 491.

Maycock, Thomas, 58, 488.

Mayer,379.

Mayne, John, 963 I.

Mayo, Robert, 879.

Mazire (an absconded criminal), 477.

Meade, Nicholas, 1545, 1728.

Meane, John, 987.

Mearn, Samnel (the King's stationer), 315, 1264, 1329.

Medockawanda (an Indian Chief), 1683 I., II., III.

Meese, Henry, 319, p. 154, 351, 462.

Menerell, Samuel, 741.

Menzies, George, 1841.

Meredith, Jo., 741.

Meres, Sir Thomas (Commissioner of Admiralty), 716.

Mepken (a plantation in Carolina), 39.

Mercado, David de, 487.

Merida, p. 205.

Mermaid, H.M.S., 597, 742, 1035, 1035 I.IV., p. 427, 1073, 1145, 1161, 1165, 1174.

Merricke, John, 58, 488, 1292, 1598.

Merrimac river, 420, 421, 516, 578, 803.

Merriman, William, 1938 II.

Mesmes, President de, 477.

Mexico, English prisoners in, p. 144, p. 147, 385, p. 204.

Meverell, Matthew, 1682, 1692, 1759, 1840, 1916, 2017, 2018.

Meverell, Matthew, letters, &c., from, 1673, 1716, 1842, 1998 I.

Miantonnomu (an Indian), 1569.

Michelmore, John, 69.

Middle Plantation (Virginia), 490, 1272.

Middleton, Arthur, 879, 1017.
-, -, Benjamin, 420, 467, 471, 554, p. 359, 970, 2042 2042 I., II.
-, -,-, petition of, 396 I.
-, -, Thomas, 396 I.
-, -, Earl of, 2063.

Middlesex county (Virginia), p. 424, 1752.

Milborne, Jacob, 875.

Milborne, Joseph, 1913.
-, -, William, 1899, 1913.
-, -,-, letter from, 1763.

Mildon, William, 909.

Miles, William, 100.

Milford(Connecticut), 1829 I.

Millington, F., a Commissioner of Custome, letter, signed by, 3.

Milner, Thomas, 775, 1388, 1400, 1702.
-, -,-, letters from, 1110, 1737, 1827, 1838.

Mills, John, 1881.

Minehead, p. 104.

Minge, James, 1373, 1638.

Mingham, Francis, 67.
-, -,-, his grievance against Sir H. Morgan, 65, 2081.
-, -,-,-, decision respecting, 75, 77.
-, -,-, petitions of, 40, 1249 I.
-, -,-, his quarrel with Captain Churchill, R.N., 1243, pp. 491493, p. 533.

Minquas(Indian), 1041.

Mint (Commissioners of the), see,
-, Buckworth, J.
-, Duncombe, Charles.
-, Hoare, James.
-, -, letter from, 1876.

Mitchell (Michael), a French pirate, p. 593.
-, -, Captain David, R.N., 1673, 1852, 1867, 1938, 1964, 2025, p. 766.
-, -,-, letters from, 2000.
-, -,-, letters to, 1991, 1992, 2015.

Mocces or Moxes (an Indian Chief), 1683 II., III.

Modyford, Sir Charles, Bart., 740, 1243, 1257, p. 500, 1344 I., 1859.
-, -,-, joint letters signed by, 116, 367.
-, -, Sir Thomas (deceased), 285, 2030.

Mohawk Indians, 1746.

Molesworth, Hender, 512, p. 247, 740, 1243, 1247, 1257, p. 500, 1302, 1341, p. 535, 1506, 1529, p. 593, p. 596, 1573, 1715, 1748, 1844, 1959, 1970, 2026, 2027, 2030, 2044.
-, -,-, recommended for Lieutenant-Governor of Jamaica, 1136, 1296, 1298.

Molesworth, Hender, appointed to be Lieutenant-Governor of Jamaica, 1394.
-, -,-, joint letter signed by, 116.
-, -,-, letters, &c., from, 1852, 1853, 1857, 18657, 1938, 1449, 1949, 1949 IX., 1958, 1964, 2015, 2025, 2067.
-, -,-, letters, &c., to, 1938 II., 1974, 2000.

Moline, Robert, 1963 III.

Molineux (a minister), 188.

Molum, John, p. 106.

Monk, Christopher, Duke of Albermarle, 729, 945, 1462.
-, -,-,-, joint letters signed by, 27, 322, 518, 8059, 948, 1131, 1132, 1140, 1232, 1268, 12824, 1303, 1588, 1651, 1732, 1733, 1940.
-, -,-,-, letter from, 606.
-, -,-,-, letter to, 621.
-, -, John, 606, 621, 945.

Montesdoco, don Gasparde, 712, 1198.

Montford, John, 117.

Montgomerie,2043.

Montreal, 1746, 1818.

Montford, John, 117.

Montserrat, 49, 78, 188, 189, 258, 557, 654, 890, 976, 977, p. 448, 137880, 1596, 1597, 1614, 1753, 1806, 1878, 1908, 1933.
-, -, raid of Caribs on, p. 359.
-, -, Governor of, see Cotter, James.
-, -, Council of, names of, which see
-, Bramley, John.
-, Devereux, John.
-, Mead, Nicholas.
-, Nugent, Thomas.
-, Stapleton, Richard.
-, Symer, John.
-, Fox, William.
-, Read, Edward.
-, -, letters from, 1545, 1728.
-, -, Assembly of, names of, which see,
-, Booth, Andrew.
-, Davis, John.
-, Garney, Lucas.
-, Hughes, Patrick.
-, Liddell, George.
-, Symmons, Thomas.
-, -,-, speaker of, see Blake, John.
-, -, suggested exchange of, with the French, 49, 188.
-, -, Acts of, 233, 399, 407.
-, -, trade and shipping, 618.

Moody, Joshua, 1306, 1386, 1507, 1683.
-, -,-, the archbishop of the Council of New Hampshire, 105.
-, -,-, a leader of the disloyal party, 219, 870.
-, -,-, a leader of resistance to Robert Mason, 288.
-, -,-, a leader of resistance to Governor Cranfield, 885, 1024, 1024 v., 1030.

Moon, John, 701, p. 501.

Moone (master mariner), p. 393.

Moore, James, 879, 1364.
-, -, John, 1130, 1133, 1140, 1282, 1364, 1721, 1732, 1733, 1877.

Morant (Jamaica), 757.

More, William, p. 43, 242.

Moreton, Joseph, Governor in Carolina, 498, 503, 1268, 1652, 1722.
-, -,-,-, letters, &c., to, 8059, 2043.

Moreton's Bay (Nevis), 428, 937, 2072.

Morgan, Charles, brother of Sir Henry, 85, 513, 552 I., 598, 758, p. 395, p. 658.
-, -,-, his command of Charles Fort, Jamaica, 330.
-, -,-, his misdeeds, p. 515, 1563.
-, -,-, dismissed from employment, 1311.
-, -,-, reasons for his dismissal, 1348, pp. 5335, p. 593, 1573.
-, -,-, dismissal confirmed, 1565, 1753, 1777.
-, -,-, petitions of, 1657, 1658, 1678, 1740.
-, -, Sir Henry, Deputy Governor of Jamaica,
-, 1681,52, 76, 77, 85, 100, 114, 139, 144, 192, 194, 214, 224, 245, 253.
-, 1682,385, 420, 459, 512, 513, 543, 632, p. 247, 660, pp. 2845, 705, 732, 758, 760, 769, 771.
-, 1683,912, p. 395, 1164, 1243, 1247, p. 492, 1294, 1317.
-, 1684,p. 722, 2066.
-, -,-,-, letters from,-
-, 1681,1317, 51, 73, 102, 115, 118, 137, 138, 158, 159, 1713, 176, 208, 246-8, 285, 286.
-, 1682,4314, 551.
-, -,-,-, letter to, 224.
-, -,-,-, and privateers, 16, 17, 51, 73, 158, 159, 3646, 431, 713, 2080.
-, -,-,-, and interlopers, p. 56, 116, 117, 138, 159.
-, -,-,-, and the Assembly, over the Revenue Act, 246, 285, 286, p. 204.
-, -,-,-, and his emoluments, 85, 125, 246, 434.
-, -,-,-, his misdeeds, 1164, 1563.
-, -,-,-, dismissed the Council, p. 515, 1562.
-, -,-,-, reasons for his dismissal, 1348, pp. 5334, 15034, p. 593, 1573.
-, -,-,-, dismissal confirmed, 1565, 1753, 1777, 1779.
-, -,-,-, petition, &c., of, 1657, 1658, 1678, 1696, 20802.
-, -, Richard, 58, 488.
-, -, (a pirate), 1344, 1376.

Morin, Thophile, 883.

Morris, Lewis, pp. 3513.

Morris, Ralph (master mariner), 303.
-, -, Captain (of Barbados), p. 101.
-, -, Thomas, 134.
-, -, Captain William, 1st Guards, 267, 275, 305.

Morton Bay (Nevis), 428.

Moryson, Colonel Francis, 363.

Mountagu, W., 1430.

Mounthope, 1850.

Mountstephen,273.

Mulgrave, Samuel, 602 III.

Muscovy Company, the, 329 (and see Russia).

Musgrave, Sir Christopher, Commissioner of Ordnance, 1383, 2062.
-, -,-,-, letter to, 1305.
-, -,-,-, letters from, 1308, 1418.
-, -, Symon, pp. 4923, 1250, 6515.
-, -,-, letter from, 709.

Musgrove, Charles, 1748.

Mutlow, Major, 1269.